Shows Reddit stats on every webpage indicating how many up-votes that webpage has received.
Shows a stats bar on the bottom right of every webpage showing how many Reddit up-votes that that webpage has received (if any). The stats bar won't show on Reddit's own webpages. The left number is the number of up-votes for that webpage, the right number is the number of user comments. The stats bar is color coded. For posts with over 10,000 shares it appears in vibrant red. For posts with less than 1,000 shares it appears in a transparent grey color. By default, the stats bar only loads when you have scrolled the webpage by more than 500 pixels. By default, the stats bar only loads after 4 seconds in case the webpage was loaded by mistake. By default, the subreddit name is shown in the stats bar and can be changed to show the age of the post. By default, the stats bar only loads if the "path" portion of the URL is longer than 4 characters. For example, if the URL is "www.yahoo.com/search?q=hello";, only the "/search" portion of the URL is counted and here it is 7 characters long. This is so that the stats bar is only loaded for webpages with genuine content and not for top-level webpages. For your privacy, the "query" part of the URL is not sent to Reddit. i.e. the part after the "?" and "#". For example, if the URL is "www.yahoo.com/search?q=hello";, the "q=hello" part is not sent to Reddit. Clicking on the link in the stats bar will load the corresponding Reddit page. Clicking elsewhere on the stats bar will hide it. The up-vote count is obtained through the Reddit API. I am not responsible for the accuracy of the results. This extension is not affiliated with Reddit Inc.